About Us

Since 1930, Temple Beth Israel has led the way for Progressive Jewish life in Melbourne. TBI is a community dedicated to providing relevant and accessible pathways for Jewish engagement. 

We believe in a living Judaism that respects our history while also engaging with the opportunities and challenges of the modern world.

TBI offers a wide range of programs, classes, services, lifecycle events, festivals, choirs, and clubs, and we welcome members and friends from the breadth of the Jewish community. We actively focus on inclusion, equality, social justice and human rights.

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Upcoming Events

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  • Members and friends are invited to join Young TBI on Friday 27 May to celebrate Shabbat, community and friendship with  for a Mexican themed dinner. Please bring a vegetarian Mexican dish to share. RSVP: info@tbi.org.au
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  • Join the PJV & Netzer Shaliach Uri Levin as he presents a fascinating look at 'Israel through the eyes of its young adults'. What do Israelis in their 20s and 30s think about what's going on in their country? What are the social trends and beliefs that will shape the future of the Jewish State? RSVP: info@tbi.org.au  
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  • Join Nathan Orbach, a wonderful teacher, writer and mentor as he explores the ancient traditions of Kabbalah, Mussar and Chassidut in a new adult learning offering entitled 'Patterns of the Soul' (An Introduction to Kabbalah). Classes begin on Thursday June 2 and continue weekly. Members $52 , non-members $70. Bookings essential: 9510 1488
  • 13 days left
  • Join us at 4pm on Saturday 11 June as we prepare for Shavuot with a series of family friendly art and craft activities. Donuts, ice-cream and plenty of dairy will follow. Shavuot evening services begin at 6:15pm.

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